The Nordic Exchange welcomes eWork to First North
The Nordic Exchange, part of The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: NDAQ) (NASDAQ OMX Group), announces that the trading in eWork Scandinavia AB shares commence today on First North Stockholm. eWork is the seventh company to be listed on First North in 2008, which now comprises 129 companies.
eWork is a leading consultant broker in the Nordic region within areas such as telecoms, medical technology, retail, technology, insurance, banking, finance and management consulting. In its network eWork has more than 30.000 consultants, all specialists in their fields. eWork has 110 employees in offices in all Nordic countries.
"We are pleased to welcome eWork to First North and to the Industrials sector," says Jenny Rosberg, SVP OMX Listings & Capital Markets. "We are excited to offer trading of eWork on one of Europe's most liquid growth markets."
A round lot of shares in eWork Scandinavia AB, whose short name is EWRK, amounts to 100, and it belongs to the Industrials sector.
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